Pupil Personnel Services Credential: School Psychology Designation

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The Pupil Personnel Services Credential is offered through the College of Extended Learning (CEL). To be eligible for the program, students may have completed the M.S. in Psychology from SF State with a concentration in School Psychology. Individuals who have attained an M.S. in Psychology with a concentration in School Psychology or a related master’s or doctoral degree from another university must have completed equivalent academic courses, a minimum of 576 hours of school psychology-related experience in schools supervised by a credentialed school psychologist, and all prerequisites and requirements for admission to the Pupil Personnel Services Credential: School Psychology Designation.

For information regarding prerequisites and eligibility requirements for the Program, review and complete all application procedures located on the Pupil Personnel Services Credential: School Psychology Designation website accessed through the Psychology Department’s website. A fee will be charged to evaluate and determine eligibility for the program.

Pupil Personnel Services Credential: School Psychology Designation — 24 units

Courses listed below are required for the Pupil Personnel Services Credential with a School Psychology authorization

Professional Course Requirements

PSY 858Conference to Accompany Psychology Internship (3 units per semester, 6 per year)6
PSY 859Psychology Internship (6 units per semester, 12 per year)12
PSY 891Seminar in Selected Problems3
PSY 899Independent Study3